Motivaction performs TNO customer survey
Research company Motivaction is currently conducting a survey among TNO customers. Motivaction may approach you to participate in this survey. We greatly appreciate your participation in this. Your participation is of course anonymous.
About the TNO customer survey
Every year, TNO commissions a survey on how various stakeholders perceive us. With this survey, we want to gain a better understanding of your needs and wishes with regard to our services. We would like to learn from you where we can improve to deliver more impactful change through innovation. To do this, we need your feedback.
TNO’s 2030 view: Ushering in the Quantum Era
Anyone who follows tech news has likely noticed all the recent buzz around quantum technology, and in particular, the powerful quantum computer. And although it’s often described as a ‘novel’ innovation, scientists have actually been working on it for decades, and its implications reach much farther than just unprecedented computing power.
Five steps towards sustainable shipping by 2050
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TNO's view of 2030: using every surface for solar power generation
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Successful Ground Test Shows Potential for Satellite Identification
It’s getting awfully crowded in space. Every year, businesses and organisations send an increasing number of new satellites into orbit, and many of them cannot be identified after they’re launched. Researchers at TNO wondered if there’s something we can do to address the challenge. And experts from TNO have successfully tested a viable solution. We spoke to team member Fabrizio Silvestri, Optical System Engineer, to find out more.